1970 NFL Draft - Round 16

The 1970 NFL Draft was held on January 27-28, 1970. A total of 442 players were chosen over 17 rounds. The Pittsburgh Steelers chose Quarterback Terry Bradshaw from Louisiana Tech as the first pick in the draft. Future Hall of Famers Terry Bradshaw and Mel Blount were selected in this draft.

Rnd
Pick
Team / Player
16
391
Chicago Bears
Bob Helterbran, OG
North Texas
16
392
Pittsburgh Steelers
Frank Yanossy, DT
Tennessee
16
393
Miami Dolphins
Charlie Williams, OG
Tennessee State
16
394
Buffalo Bills
Larry Davis, WR
Rice
16
395
Boston Patriots
Otis McDaniel, DE
Tuskegee
16
398
St. Louis Cardinals
Gary Fowler, RB
California
16
399
San Francisco 49ers
Produs Perkins, WR
Livingstone
16
400
New Orleans Saints
Cliff Gasper, DT
Grambling
16
401
Denver Broncos
Bobby Stewart, QB
Northern Arizona
16
402
New York Giants
Vic Nolting, DB
Xavier
16
403
Atlanta Falcons
Steve Parnell, WR
Massachusetts
16
404
Houston Oilers
Chris Myers, WR
Kenyon
16
405
Green Bay Packers
Jim Heacock, DB
Muskingum
16
406
San Diego Chargers
Mike Green, RB
Nebraska
16
407
Washington Redskins
Steve Bushore, WR
Emporia State
16
409
Detroit Lions
Jerry Todd, DB
Memphis
16
410
New York Jets
Claude Herard, DT
Mississippi
16
411
Cleveland Browns
John Redebough, TE
Bemidji State
16
412
Los Angeles Rams
Roland Reichardt, K
West Texas A&M
16
413
Dallas Cowboys
Seabern Hill, DB
Arizona State
16
414
Oakland Raiders
Tim Roth, DB
South Dakota State
16
415
Minnesota Vikings
Bruce Cerone, WR
Emporia State
16
416
Kansas City Chiefs
Randy Ross, LB
Kansas State

1970 NFL Draft Results by Team